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Services Rates The City of Salisbury’s 2023/24 Rates Brochure offers a brief snapshot of Council's 2023/24 Long Term Financial Plan and Annual Business Plan, and the way Council has strived
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Rate rebate policy

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of purposes and the percentage of that rebate. 3.1.1. S166—Discretionary rebate of rates (1) A council may grant a rebate of rates or service charges in any of the following cases (not being cases

Rate Rebate Policy

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, rapid changes in valuations, or anomalies in valuations; (1a) A council must, in deciding whether to grant a rebate of rates or charges under subsection (1)(d), (e), (f), (g), (h), (i) or (j), take
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is received. Fines may apply if the Council does not receive notice from your agent or solicitor. All outstanding rates and charges must be paid in full at settlement. Separation with no change
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to the usage of Salisbury Water: Usage charge – a rate per kilolitre used. As of 1 July 2023 the standard Salisbury Water rate is $2.93 per kilolitre. Residential supply charge – a fixed rate of $10

16 07 2018 agenda and reports budget and finance committee

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to support families and individuals who are experiencing temporary and/or ongoing financial hardship to manage their payments in regards to rates and/or sundry debtor charges. The report provides

16 09 2019 agenda and reports budget and finance committee

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and individuals who are experiencing temporary and/or ongoing financial hardship to manage their payments in regards to rates and/or sundry debtor charges. 1.5 The Financial Hardship Policy was last endorsed

01 04 2020 special council meeting item 3 covid 19 financial update

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for those rate payers paying minimum rates. Having interest charges does provide some incentive for ratepayers to pay their rates if possible, and to manage the debt down. 5.9 The risk is that if interest

17 09 2018 agenda and reports budget and finance committee

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or charge outside of general rates. 4.4 Question 3: Are these secondary criteria suitable for assessing which index to use as a component of the Primary Rate Cap? If not, what other secondary criteria

18 02 2019 agenda and reports budget and finance committee

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of rates (1) A council may grant a rebate of rates or service charges in any of the following cases (not being cases that fall within a preceding provision of this Division): (a) where the rebate

Financial hardship policy 2020

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customers of the City of Salisbury who are experiencing temporary or ongoing financial hardship in regards to payment of rates and/or sundry debtor charges which are currently outstanding or will be due

Hardship Policy 2019

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of Salisbury who are experiencing temporary or ongoing financial hardship in regards to payment of rates and/or sundry debtor charges which are currently outstanding or will be due and payable at a future

Financial Hardship Policy

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financial hardship in regards to payments of rates and/or sundry debtor charges which are currently outstanding or will be due and payable at a future date. 2. Scope This policy sets out Council’s approach

05 06 2017 minutes budget and finance committee

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rate at the time of generating the first quarter rates notice at no charge to the Association, and periodically throughout the year as may be requested by the Association. Cr D Balaza returned

2016 agenda and reports resources and governance committee 3224644

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rates for the financial year; and 34.4.2.1 that copies of the annual business plan and the budget (as adopted) are available for inspection (without charge) or purchase (on payment of a fee fixed

16052022 Minutes Finance and Corporate Services Committee

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database up to date through the provision of assessment record details of those subject to the separate rate at the time of generating the first quarter rates notice at no charge to the Association

Postponement of rates information brochure

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Government Act 1999 (SA) and is set annually on 1 July, and may vary from year to year. As an example, during the 2020-2021 rating period the charge would be based on an interest rate of 3.2% per annum

15052023 Minutes Finance and Corporate Services Committee

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details of those subject to the separate rate at the time of generating the first quarter rates notice at no charge to the Association, and periodically throughout the year as may be requested